After two weeks of drama, tension and uncharacteristically entertaining football, the World Cup group stage comes to a close this afternoon.
We round things off with four clashes from Group F and G. England take on Belgium in the standout match at 7pm. You can read our preview for that one here.
But before that it’s all to play for in the early fixtures as Japan face Poland and Senegal play Colombia with both qualification places still up for grabs in Group H.
Check out our previews for those matches – and Panama v Tunisia – below…
Japan v Poland (3pm, BBC2)
Victory for Japan against already-eliminated Poland will see them through to the last-16 for the third time since their debut in 1998.
Keisuke Honda scored in his third consecutive World Cup in the last match against Senegal. He’s proved a vital component for Samurai Blue and is 2/1 Anytime.
You can also back him to repeat his trick from the last match and Score Last at 11/2.
Robert Lewandowski has flattered in deceive in Russia but remains the most likely scorer for Poland at 5/4 Anytime.
Senegal v Colombia (3pm, BBC1)
Two of the tournament’s most exciting sides go head-to-head in a final match shootout in Samara.
Sadio Mane netted for the Lions of Teranga last time out. He’s considered their biggest threat at 12/5 Anytime.
Panama v Tunisia (7pm, ITV4)
Pride is at stake between the two sides without a point in Group G. Tunisia appear a more rounded outfit than their Panamanian counterparts and are 5/6 to pick up all three points.
Ex-Sunderland man Wahbi Khazri netted against Belgium last time out and is considered the most likely player to break the duck here at 4/1 First Goalscorer.
Panama will be looking towards dangerous centre-half Gabriel Torres. The captain missed a golden chance against England in Nizhny Novgorod and is 21/10 to make amends with a goal Anytime.
Under 2.5 Goals between two nations not blessed in the forward department is 11/10.
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